The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
[2015 : English : UK/USA : 2hrs : Spy Thriller (Period)]
Co-written, Produced & Directed by Guy Ritchie
Music : Daniel Pemberton ; Cinematography : John Mathieson ; Edited by James Herbert
Based on 'The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
' by Ian Fleming
[also, an adaptation of the TV Episodes of the same name]
Split by attribute, be it method or mode, two secret agent must unite to stop a nuclear threat which not only would put an end to the world, but more importantly accuring the technology would put the owning country to rule the planet. Stuck into this spiral, the two agents must get past their ownselves and face the dangers coiled around themselves.
Guy Ritchie films don't really need an introduction. His latest "The Man from the U.N.C.L.E" is exactly as awesome like his previous films. Adorable casting, classic songs in funky suituations - this time Guy goes Tropical, freaking awesome stunt sequences, funny dialouges, charming characters - Alicia as Gaby is a scream, tangy villans, awesome title cards - with spectacular fonts & images with pleasing colours, mind blowing editiion and a trendy way of naration - the climax chase is a blast, eventhough there are no explosions to drive in the adrenaline, but just 3 vehicles racing through the mountainous terrain; the way its shot, cut and projected is simply brilliant.
Henry Cavill as Napoleon Solo and Armie Hammer as Illya Kuryakin were too good, they looked exactly what they talked & did on screen. Eventhough I have not watched the TV Series, but have heard a lot about it and also had burshed through few comic strips. The adapted film version takes care of minute details when going into period film genre, and I am sure it will be a treat for the TV Series fans to re-discover their favourite Heroes back in action.
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. simply beats everything merely by the way Guy Ritchie has visioned, presented and directed the film.
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. - Triple Agent.
My favourite OST from the film :
1/ This song is a blast, when the spies should race against time on a Scooter and rescue themselves from their cover getting blown.
Jimmy, Renda se by Tom Zé
2/ This track changes the mood of the film, as it does while listening (esp, hear how it shifts around 2m25s).
Drums of War (OST)
3/ This one is sort of a theme for the movie, after a wonderful opening they have nailed it during the last minute of the track.
Escape from East Berlin (OST)
There are 28 tracks in the OST of 'The Man from U.N.C.L.E.', a must for a Guy Ritchie Fan.